injured military camp

Save the date: June 2-4, 2017

The Injured Military Camp is the only Dare2tri event for veterans only. The camp is open to any injured military or veteran with a physical disability, visual impairment, traumatic brain injury, or PTSD. Instruction and clinics will be given in swimming, cycling, running/wheelchair pushing, and transition. A paratriathlon 101 session will also be offered to help educate participants about the opportunities in paratriathlon including grassroots opportunities through paralympic pipeline.

Dare2tri will provide adaptive equipment, wetsuits, handlers/guides, top coaches and mentor athletes. Travel and lodging stipends will be offered to any qualifying injured military or veteran.

If you have any questions, please contact Keri Serota.

View the 2016 Injured Military Camp photo album.

2016 Injured Military Camp Impacts

Paratriathlon and Dare2tri have provided the motivation and opportunity to get into the best shape of my life and represent my country again. The three disciplines of Paratriathlon provide variety in workouts to keep training from ever going stale.
— Andre Cilliers, Dare2tri Elite Team athlete, injured veteran

2016 injured military camp: BY THE NUMBERS

Dare2tri served 17 athletes with the help of 18 volunteers. Attendees ages ranged from 31 to 46 years old.

42% of attendees were participating in Dare2tri for the first time by attending this camp.

Aspects of Camp:

  • 100% of athletes rated organization of clinic as excellent
  • 87.5% of athletes rated quality of volunteers as excellent
  • 87.5% of athletes rated quantity of volunteers as excellent
  • 100% of athletes rated quality of coaches as excellent
  • 100% said confidence significantly to completely improved
  • 100% said self-esteem significantly to completely improved